Visit today Chichén Itzá – one of the seven new wonders of the world and the most important temple complex in Mexico after Teotihuacán near Mexico City.
The ancient city of Chichén Itzá was the main Mayan capital during the Classical Period (AD 600-750). Many of the city’s ancient ruins still stand today – including the famous El Castillo or the Temple of Kukulcán, a massive step pyramid that dominates the city center. The impressive ruins were declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
You will be picked up at your hotel and driven to Chichén Itzá. Your guide clearly explains everything you need to know about this impressive archaeological site and the sacred cenote and lets ancient and mysterious stories all around this place come to life. After an educational day, enjoy a delicious lunch on the way back before you are dropped off at your hotel.
Chichen Itza is definitely worth a visit. As both an UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the New 7 Wonders of the World it is one of the most popular and breathtaking destinations on the Mayan Riviera and should not be missed even though it is a very touristic spot.
Unfortunately guests are no longer able to climb the ruins at Chichen Itza and have not been able to for several years.
It is possible however it is not recommended because the floor is uneven rocky and there are stairs in some areas without wheelchair ramps.
Yes. The tour is suitable for children who are 8 years old and older. We recommend that you pack enough sun protection and swimwear.